Jill and Brad talk about what’s coming up this episode, winging it, all about Brad’s high school speech teacher, getting engaged (with your audience), and how to master your mind. They also want to make sure that you’ve gotten your copy of their incredible e-book! Get it here.
Top 5 Ways To Make A Great Impression
Jill and Brad discuss the best ways to make a great impression. From knowing when it’s time to calm down to becoming more memorable to sticking to your personal style to speaking up, there are so many ways to make a better impression in business. To make the best kind of impression, call Jill & Brad at 708.872.7878 and tell them what you think about their thoughts. It’s 100% doctor-recommended.
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Tool of the Week:
- HelloSign.com – It’s the easiest way to sign documents online. Read: No more paper! They also have HelloFax.com but we don’t (want to) know anyone who faxes anything anymore.
- EnMast.com is a small business owner community that offers members a supportive community and mass resource to help owners. Interested in Mastermind Coaching? Sign up! Sign up!
- The Founding Moms Conference is The Founding Moms’ first international conference hosted in beautiful Chicago at the famous music venue, Lincoln Hall. Happening on Monday, October 6, this TED-meets-BlogHer affair will bring mom entrepreneurs from 40+ cities around the world together for a day of education, connection and celebration. Don’t miss out. Join us!
Resources mentioned in the podcast:
- Startup Weekend – It’s a global network of passionate leaders and entrepreneurs on a mission to inspire, educate and empower individuals, teams and communities.
- Superman – He’s expensive. So says Brad.
- Telltale Kate – Kate Sheehan is an awesome writer who has been a guest on a previous episode. Hire her.
- Well Turned Words – Julie Schumacher is an awesome writer who has been a guest on a previous episode. Hire her.
- Magic Schoolbus – It’s a series of children’s books about science written by Joanna Cole and illustrated by Bruce Degen.
- Moviefone – How old people used to figure out movie showtimes. And by ‘old’ we mean over 25 years of age.
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